Things to Do in San Diego: April 9-15
Where to eat, drink, run, and take in culture this week
April 14: Taste of Hillcrest
Eat your way across the peninsula for a Taste of Point Loma, which offers bites from 20 local eateries.
Quick-witted comedy How the Other Half Loves illustrates three very different marriages at North Coast Repertory Theatre (through 5/13).
Sample bites and sips from 20 restaurants and breweries between Bay Park and Old Town during the 11th annual Taste of Morena.
Harlem Quartet performs classical music by minority composers at UC San Diego’s Conrad Prebys Concert Hall.
Bring your Pinterest boards to life at the two-day San Diego Pinners Conference, featuring classes, crafting, photography, and more at Del Mar Fairgrounds.
Sip, sniff, and swirl more than 300 types of vino at the sixth annual VinDiego Wine and Food Festival in Liberty Station.
New exhibit Grazing the Infinite at basileIE art gallery showcases the symbolic and aesthetic power possessed by cows (through 5/5).
Get a Taste of Hillcrest while visiting more than 35 restaurants on this self-guided culinary walking tour.
Set an intention at the daylong Wanderlust Festival at Liberty Sation, with a 5K run, yoga class, and guided meditation.
’90s R&B stars unite for the San Diego Soul Music Festival at Valley View Casino Center.
Graze on guacamole at the Fallbrook Avocado Festival, featuring food and drink booths, crafts, live entertainment, and children’s activities.